To remain exempt from major inspection, Central Florida theme parks must list all of their quarterly incidents and injuries with the state. This quarter’s report (July – September 2019) covers a total of 14 incidents/injuries: 9 belonging to Disney, 3 to Universal, 1 to Sea World, and 1 to Legoland.No injuries were reported for Busch Gardens. Only incidents or illnesses resulting in a hospital stay of 24-hours or more and deaths are reported.
Walt Disney World
- August 19th: Male, 40 – Guest with a pre-existing medical condition had a seizure and fell after riding Star Tours.
- July 9th: Male, 34 – Guest with a history of motion sickness became ill after riding Mission: SPACE.
- July 3rd: Male, 83 – Guest injured hip while entering Na’vi River Journey.
- July 5th: Female, 41 – Guest had a seizure after riding Expedition Everest.
- September 22nd: Female, 45 – Guest felt ill; migraine and vomiting when riding Expedition Everest.
- September 22nd: Female, 44 – Guest experienced sudden memory loss after riding Castaway Creek.
Islands of Adventure:
- July 11th: Male, 47 – Guest suffered numbness after riding Punga Racers.
- September 20th: Female, 56 – Guest suffered an elbow injury
- September 13th: Female, 32 – Pregnant guest (34 weeks) complained of lower back pain radiating to her abdomen after riding Masters of Flight.
Source: Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services